COMEDK UGET Results will be announced on today i.e. 8 June 2015. The COMEDK Results 2015 was postponed from May 30 to June 8 after the government requested the consortium to defer the declaration of scores by a week following protests against “discrepancies” in Karnataka 2nd PUC results 2015. Result will be available on www.comedk.org
As many as 1,08,486 candidates had registered to write the test in 148 exam centres. Of these, 57,277 were for medical/dental, 37,587 were engineering, and 13,622 were attending the test for both the streams.
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A COMEDK release said engineering had 69 per cent attendance, while 74 per cent of those who registered for medical/dental courses took the test.
Statewise, a large number of students from Karnataka State have written COMEDK UGET held on 10th May 2015.
The matter has been examined by COMEDK and in deference to the wishes of the Minister, the announcement final results of COMEDK UGET 2015 is postponed to Monday the 8th June 2015; all other dates as per the calendar of events published earlier shall continue to remain the same.
The entrance test is held annually for undergraduates medical, dental and engineering courses. About 14 Medical, 25 Dental and 150 Engineering colleges are part of the consortium.
The test was held in 148 Test centers across Karnataka. The centres were located in Bengaluru, Belgavi, Ballari, Davangere, Dharwad, Kalaburagi, Mangaluru, Mysuru and Tumakuru.
The test was held from 9:30 am to 11:30 am for Physics and Chemistry, from 12 noon to 1 pm for Mathematics and from 2:30 to 4:30 pm for Biology and English exams.
Comedk officials said the attendance this year was very low compared to the previous years. Ironically, this year the number of applicants were the highest in a decade.
There were as many as 1,08,489 candidates who were issued admission tickets for the exam.
Of these 57,277 had registered for medical and dental streams and 37,587 for engineering along with 13,622 candidates who had registered for both streams. On the exam day, however, only 69 percent of candidates were present for the engineering test and 74 percent for medical and dental courses